||Groundbreaking research on video link appearance in Hong Kong courts gets ready to enter the field.
Just compensation for victims of exploitation begins with creating the tools needed to seek aid.
Over the first half of this year, we have met organizations in Indonesia who help returnees from Singapore and Hong Kong every week. Most have no idea that compensation is still possible for victims, and fewer still know how to do so.
As we develop new test cases amongst these partners, their need for additional capacity--the knowledge and know-how required to identify and bring cases--has only become clearer.
From groundbreaking efforts to make video link technology available to returnees from Hong Kong, to identifying legal solutions to bait-and-switch contracts in Singapore, we are creating the tools that meet the very specific cross-border needs of those who seek just compensation from abroad, after returning home.
We are now at the next step of putting these tools into the hands of those on the front lines of legal aid. As you will see in the following articles, we have helped new and current partners begin adding these tools to their existing services, so that they can move quickly to secure evidence and take the first steps in putting legal pressure on bad actors.
This quarter's newsletter collects these latest achievements, and highlights where we go next. Our work on behalf of vulnerable migrant workers is possible because of the time and financial investments of our supporters. If you are not yet a supporter, join us and become a part of an amazing community making access to just compensation a reality for victims. Your support can and will make a difference.
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